How Logistics Companies like IFC Are Helping to Meet Demand for Warehouse Space in NSW & VIC
As Greater Sydney and Melbourne continue to grow, the demand for warehouse space is struggling to keep pace. Companies from a broad range of industries are looking for facilities near existing ports, infrastructure, and central business districts to keep their supply chain moving and meet consumer needs. End-users are increasingly impatient, and providers often find it hard to hit delivery targets if storage facilities are too remote. This has led logistic companies to seek solutions in an ever more constrained environment.
Some predict that the demand for warehouse space in Sydney alone could surpass 350,000 m² in the next five years. This challenge has led logistic and warehousing experts like IFC to seize the initiative and plan for expansion.
IFC plans to open a new warehouse facility in Leppington, NSW, ideally placed in the centre of the action. The company will also open a brand-new, additional 3PL warehousing facility in Altona, Victoria, in December 2022. The Altona location will be a brand-new distribution centre offering an extra 27,000 m² metres of warehouse space to meet demand.
IFC has a reputation for providing distribution and warehouse facilities that surpass expectations when it comes to quality of service, cost, and productivity. The company already has an extensive network of facilities with modern 3PL systems and processes. This is why IFC has a stellar reputation for delivering goods to consumers on time and within targets.
While other companies may be figuring out how to deal with this growing problem, IFC has acted and decided to move without delay. After all, there will be an increased demand for industrial land in these prime locations as other commercial and residential projects try to expand their own footprints.
When IFC opens its new facilities, the company will continue to offer end-to-end tracking. In addition, the business will offer traceability for customers and work with various carriers to provide services that competitors may find difficult to match. Customers can also take advantage of value-added extras like repackaging, labelling, branding and kitting.
If you want to outsource your warehousing and distribution requirements in Victoria or New South Wales, get in touch with IFC to take advantage of the company’s new facilities and be ahead of the game as warehouse space becomes increasingly hard to find.BACK TO NEWS